I am using RefWorks to cite document. The journal I am submitting document to is requesting JAMA format. How do I access this format.
The JAMA information for authors regarding references says to use AMA style and provides examples of references.
I just tested AMA 10th style in RefWorks and it displayed this reference for a journal article:
1. Assaf AV, Meneghim Mde C, Zanin L, Cortelazzi KL, Pereira AC, Ambrosano GM. Effect of different diagnostic thresholds on dental caries calibration. J Public Health Dent. 2006;66(1):17-22.
This references format is the same as those displayed in JAMA examples, so AMA 10th is the format to select in RefWorks.
To add AMA 10 to your RefWorks Styles
- Go to RefWorks
- Open the Bibliography drop down options in the top grey bar and select Output Style Manager.
- Select AMA -- American Medical Association, 10th edition from the list on the left.
- Use the Right Pointing Green Arrow to add this option to your favorites on the right.
- If you had Write n Cite open, close it and reopen it. You should now have AMA 10 as an option in Write n Cite.